Dunkeld’s Jess Field led the way with a half-century in the Western Waves victory against Mallee at Horsham on Sunday.
Field, who opened the batting and finished on an unbeaten-score of 72, set up the win along with Warrnambool’s Chloe McKenzie who also starred with 66 coming in at first drop.
Under 17 coach Maddi Tobias said she was in awe of her team’s performance on and off the field.
“I was really impressed with their intent from the start,” she said.
“From the moment they got there they had their uniforms on early and started to warm up, so I think we had won before the game had even started really.
“The way the girls played and went about it is just awesome to watch.”
Western Waves finished at 4/193 from its 40 overs before cleaning Mallee up with Ruby James taking three wickets in the win.
The Waves will now have a break before playing the rest of their Youth Premiership League matches in Melbourne next month.
Port Fairy’s Maddie Green produced an unbeaten knock off 44 to help the under 14 Waves also record a comfortable victory against Mallee.
Waves made 8-189 and bowled Mallee out for just 34.